alexander.marx at oab.de
Fri Apr 30 11:38:26 CEST 2010
Am Freitag, 30. April 2010 09:21:32 schrieb Carsten Burghardt:
> Zitat von Alexander Marx <alexander.marx at oab.de>:
> > Am Freitag, 30. April 2010 07:39:01 schrieb Carsten Burghardt:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I have multi domain setup where all users are identical. So i added
> >> the additional domains in the virtual table as @domain2.com @domain.com
> >> However if I try to send a mail as me at domain2.com the sender is
> >> rejected. If I add me at domain2.com as an alias to the user (in the
> >> addressbook) it works. I do not really understand this but maybe
> >> somebody can shed some light on this.
> >> Regards
> >> Carsten
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> > Hi Carsten,
> > New domains can be easily added by using the webinterface
> > you don't have to do it manually.
> > If you make essential changes in the config files manually you have
> > to edit /kolab/etc/kolab/tempolates/<config.file.template>
> > and then do a /kolab/sbin/kolabconf for the changes to take effect.
> I am aware of this and I did both. The domains have been added in the
> web interface and I additionally added them to the virtual table.
> Mails are also received correctly for these domains but as said I can
> not send emails for any other domain then my "main" domain.
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Well as far as i know, there can be only one domain for one mailuser.
if you have two accounts in your mailclient for example
user1 at firstdomain.de
user1 at otherdomain.de
you can choose in your mailclient FROM wich account you want to send
but for this you have to configure both accounts in your mailclient
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